The English Department has already uploaded a new web site containing information about the Bilingual Project at our school. You can find interesting information such as the group of teachers involved, photos from our foreign language assistants, important reference documents, etc. Starting next year, the implementation of bilingualism in our school will keep expanding, getting bigger and bigger, so that in the end every single student will follow their courses in the bilingual section.
We're now approaching the Christmas holiday period. That also means the 1st term is ending, then you are getting your final term marks on Friday 19th. Hopefully, you have been a very well-behaved and hard-working student, so you won't get in trouble with your parents and get lots of presents from Santa. Whatever your case, have a nice rest and merry Christmas! See you next year!
Starting this Wednesday 29th October, our language assistants at IES CJC will offer a tutorial session for bachillerato students that wish to improve or practise their English. This session will be offered every Wednesday from 17.00 to 19.00. For more information, ask the English Department.
We will be soon celebrating Halloween. In class we do special activities related to its history and its different types of celebrations all over the world. We will watch a film on The Haunted History of Halloween and then work on several worksheets on the topic. Remember that, at night, it's the time for you to dress up and go trick-or-treating. It is a night for Fear and Fun, Passion and Panic...
Campillos is a small town in the province of Malaga of about 10,000 inhabitants. It is located 500 metres above sea level, and 72 kms far from the city of Malaga. The main industry in Campillos is pork. The CJC high school is a big school consisting of around 800 secondary-education students, different buildings and an extensive teaching staff. It is considered a bilingual school from 2008, and it counts on a promising atmosphere to follow up the teaching career. I've got a good feeling...
Last week 23 students of English from our school took part on a trip to Valence, visiting the main tourist attractions: City of Sciences and Arts, Terra Mitica Theme Park and Oliva Beach. A selection of photos has been added to our Flickr photostream account. You can see them by clicking on "Photos from the English Department" on the right-hand side links menu. Enjoy!
This year our "Gib Trip" gets greater than ever! We've rented TWO buses for our sixty 3rd ESO students travelling with us, and we expect them to produce high-quality projects. Apart from this, they will enjoy visiting a multicultural town with absolute enthusiasm. Don't forget to climb the Rock and see the monkeys!